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  1. Here are the Geeky Cyber Monday Deals You Should Look Out For Today

    Cash rules everything around us.

    Too busy shopping for your loved ones in the meatspace to make it online for Black Friday? It's okay, the Internet understands—in fact, it's got a brand new set of Cyber Monday deals for you to take advantage of this year instead. You're welcome.

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  2. Walmart Isn’t Happy About That PS4 Scam, So They Idiot-Proofed Their Price Match Policy

    Roll back those prices policies.

    Yes, some people were really picking up $90 PlayStation 4s using a bogus 3rd party Amazon listing over the past few days. Of course, price matching is always up to store management, and they should've shut this down in the first place. But Walmart is no longer playing it fast and loose with employees' common sense.

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  3. Walmart’s Amazon Price Matching Backfires Almost Instantly With $90 PS4 Scam

    Well that escalated quickly.

    Walmart has long had an "Ad Match" program to price-match other stores, but just days ago they began officially matching prices at select online retailers, including Amazon. So, of course, the Internet had to go and ruin everything by setting up some official-looking PS4 sale pages with incredibly low prices and getting them price-matched.

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  4. Amazon Will Open Its First Brick-and-Mortar Store In New York City

    Inside is a pile of boxes and a sad looking drone.

    Ever been sitting at your computer about to purchase something off of the Internet and think to yourself, "You know what would be better? If I had to put on pants, brush my hair, leave my apartment, go aaaaall the way to crowded midtown Manhattan (easily the worst part of Manhattan, save for that strip of Lafayette Street that's nothing but construction and parking lots) and push my way past literal throngs of tourists to buy the thing I want in person instead?" Well, good news!

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  5. Amazon Has a Racism Disclaimer on Tom and Jerry Cartoons, Cue the Censorship Complaints

    How dare they accurately describe a show!

    A quick lesson in censorship: A disclaimer is not censorship. There's nothing wrong with admitting openly that outdated and possibly offensive stereotypes and imagery exist in older cartoons or any kind of entertainment. Amazon has done just that with Tom and Jerry on their instant streaming video service, and people are reacting about as well as you'd expect.

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  6. Patrick Warburton Is Feeling “Very Positive” We’ll Be Getting More of The Tick

    SPOOOOOON!

    Pssst, Tick fans! Here's a reassuring tidbit to start off your weekend!

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  7. Amazon .Bought All the .Buy Top-Level Web Domains for $4.6 Million

    I hope they at least qualified for super saver shipping.

    Tech companies with deep pockets just love buying things these days, so Amazon decided to one up them all by buying .buy—all of it—for $4.6 million. Now Amazon is the only company that can have websites that end in .buy, although they'll probably sell you one after they create all the ones they want. When reached for comment on the purchase, .biz responded: "PLEASE LOVE ME."

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  8. All Your Hateful Amazon-Related Domain Names Belong To Amazon.com

    Brb, quickly registering AntiTheMarySue.com so no one else can hate-troll us.

    Have you ever been screwed over by Amazon? Frustrated with their ordering process? Angry about a late delivery? Okay, but have you ever been so upset that you wanted to go register the "screwamazon.com" domain name and post angry hate rants all day, every day? Amazon is willing to bet that you do, because they've just registered a bunch of anti-Amazon site names before you have the chance. Sorry.

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  9. ESPN President on Twitch/Amazon Deal: Whatever, eSports Aren’t Real Sports Anyway

    Obviously, he is not a golfer.

    ESPN President John Skipper didn't hold back when asked how he felt about Amazon's nearly $1 billion dollar purchase of online video game streaming platform Twitch. He's got some feelings about the legitimacy of eSports and online streaming.

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  10. Casting Roundup: Once Upon a Time, Arrow, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Pick Up New Actors

    TEST YOUR MIGHT.

    Also in this casting roundup: Jessica Chastain! Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin! Cary Tagawa, aka Shang Tsung from Mortal Kombat, in a Philp K. Dick adaptation!

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